The Traditional bathroom can mean either traditional in terms of Edwardian or Victorian style or in respect to a standard white bathroom with basic sanitary ware and bath. Here we'll be looking at the style of bathroom design where it all started. The Edwardian bathroom.
Almost always the bath is the centre piece attraction of the traditional bathroom. A free-standing roll-top or slipper bath sits proudly on a dark polished floor and only if going for a traditional continental style bathroom will an inset or sunken tub hold appeal. Either a wall-mounted faucet or a free-standing one looks classy. Deep ridges and curved angles are what makes the traditional sanitary ware what it is - bold and masculine.
Faucet. What style of faucet are you interested in? This will help you to determine which bathroom basin are the best fit. You may want silver or you may decide to go with gold faucets. It all depends on your preference and the bathroom décor. You may want a fancy appearance or one that is simple. Take a look around to decide what you feel would be the best type to replace your current one.
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Chrome and stainless steel are the ultimate choice in the modern bathroom and taps and bath mixers are available in a number of contemporary designs rather than the traditional style faucets. Also choose chrome towel rails over standard white radiators as well as matching chrome accessories..
As well as the furniture wall-hung sanitary ware is a great space-saving solution while giving the bathroom a contemporary feel. Also concealed cistern units are a more eye-pleasing look than the standard close-coupled toilet.
The Edwardian and Victorian styles of the time are still a popular choice today. They look exquisite in a villa or cottage bathroom and never loose their appeal in terms of design.